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IAC Webinars at the IAC YouTube Channel

Online Seminars in Clinical Cytology

Dr. William F. Faquin, MD, PhD (2022)

What´s new in salivary gland FNA: Updates to the Milan System.


Dr. Andrew Field, FIAC, Sydney, Australia (2022)

The WHO System for Reporting Lymph Node Cytopathology

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Dr. Fernando Schmitt, FIAC, Porto, Portugal (2022)

The WHO System for Reporting Lung Cytopathology

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Dr. Martha Pitman, MIAC, Boston, MA, USA (2022)

The WHO System for Reporting Pancreaticobiliary Cytology


Dr. Christina Zioga, MIAC, Thessaloniki, Greece (2022)

Diagnostic Medicine ABCDE algorithm: how it can guide your cytology diagnosis.

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Dr. Ondrej Sobek, MIAC, Laboratory for CSF, Prague, Czech Republic.(2021)

The Role of Cytology in Complex CSF Diagnostics.

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Dr. Maria Dolores Lozano Escario, University of Navaary, Pamplona, Spain (2021)

Practical Lung Cytopathology: Sample management, diagnostic entities and implementation of ancillary techniques

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Massimo Bongiovanni, MD, Synlab Pathology, Lausanne, Switzerland (2021)

Thyroid FNA and the Bethesda System: What possibilities are there to perform molecular tests?

In 2017 the second edition of The Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology (TBSRTC) was released. The new version incorporated the re-classification done by the WHO of some thyroid papillary carcinomas into the NIFTP (noninvasive follicular thyroid neoplasm with papillary-like nuclear features), that has implications for the risk of malignancy and for the diagnostic criteria. Moreover, new management options concerning molecular test were introduced for some diagnostic categories. This webinar will concentrate in the new updates (as in the second edition) of TBSRTC concerning the diagnostic categories and when and how apply molecular test to cytological specimens. Different possibilities available on the marker will be analyzed and compared with test that can be performed in house.

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Dr. Veronika Kloboves Prevodnik, Institute of Oncology Ljubljana, Slovenia (2020)
FNA in multidisciplinary approach of lymphoma diagnostics

The role of fine needle aspiration (FNA) cytology in primary diagnostic of lymphoma is not well established and also not accepted in many communities. At the Institute of Oncology Ljubljana FNA is part of a multidisciplinary approach where the results of cytology, flow cytometry, histology and molecular data are revived and summarized at a multidisciplinary meeting.

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Dr. Ashish Chandra, MIAC, St. Guy´s & St. Thomas´s NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK (2020)
The International System for Reporting Serous Fluid Cytopathology
The International System for Reporting Serous Fluid Cytopathology. A case-based application in routine practice. The terminology system is at an advanced stage of development and help is at hand to advice on its application in routine practice.

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Dianna L. Ng, MD, University of California, San Francisco Medical Center, CA, USA (2019)
Next Generation Global Pathology: Using Implementation Science to Improve Breast Care in Tanzania
Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related mortality among women in Tanzania. While basic diagnostic pathology services exist at select zonal and national referrals hospitals, there are numerous barriers to providing optimal cancer diagnostics. This talk discusses the urgent need for interventions informed by implementation science frameworks that effectively target barriers to efficient and accurate diagnosis for breast cancer patients in Tanzania.

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Mauro Ajaj Saieg, MD, PhD, FIAC, Associate Professor, Cytopathologist, Santa Casa Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil (2019)
The benefits of ROSE in head and neck cytology: a case-based approach
The focus is on everyday cases of Head and Neck cytology and how the use of ROSE can help better define diagnosis and improve patient´s management and proposed therapy using minimally invasive techniques.

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Grace C. H. Yang, MD, Clinical Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Papanicolaou Cytology Laboratory,
Weill Cornell Medicine, New York Presbyterian Hospital, USA (2019)
Cytohistology of Interesting Head and Neck Cases
Personal experience of most interresting cases aspirated from head and neck region in the past 27 years

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Dina R. Mody, MD, FIAC, Professor of Pathology and Genomic Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College, Houston, Texas, USA (2019)
Cervical Cancer Screening from Dr. Papanicolaou to HPV Testing, a Paradigm Shift
Where are we today and where do we go from here?

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Dr. Nga Min En, National University Hospital Singapore (2018)
Approach to Lymph Node Cytology.
This case-based discussion is on an approach to lymph node cytology. A broad approach and menu of differential diagnoses will be provided. The discussion focuses primarily on morphologic features but also highlights salient points in clinicopathologic correlation and the judicious application of ancillary tests to work through cases in a practical manner. Specific pitfalls are illustrated, including false negative, false positive and tricky mimics.

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Ajit Paintal; Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Hempstead, U.S.A. (2018)
Salivary gland cytology: A morphologic paradigm and advances in reporting
In this lecture, a pattern based approach to the classification of salivary gland aspirates will be presented and reviewed. The clinical content for salivary gland FNA will also be discussed.
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Fernando Schmitt, IPATIMUP, University of Porto, Portugal (2018)
Molecular Cytology
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